Factors of False Imprisonment

  1. area must be bounded in all directions
  2. P. must lack reasonable means of escape: Bird v. Jones, The P. tried to go through the crowd and was told he could not pass.  He remained and protested.  Not false imprisonment b/c he could go another way and he was free to leave
  3. P. must be aware of confinement at the time it is taking place or must be harmed